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Its so dang hot and humid, I got bored sitting inside .
So...
I love leather.. and when I have time , I find STUFF to do with it.
Also Im cheep, I could buy one, but thay cost money, I got about 2 dollars into this one.

I Got me this idear , and couldnt let it go until I tried it.
Now, this is my first attempt , so You know ,and I know, things are better with practice.

But what do yall think about this, Butt Cuff ?

I have a few other rifle guns that could wear one...... maybe even a ammo holder, hummm.

I havent even shot this Buffalo gun yet, but soon , it will get a workout.







 

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Very nice work. Did you free hand the buffalo? You could definitely sell those. I'd like to know if you could do different designs.


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Thanks guys,

Idid not do it free hand... I pulled the pic off the interweb, traced it, burned it, then oiled it.

It was just a boredom project , just for that Buffalo Classic rifle.

It was fun,
It was a lot of time and work.

You can buy a whole pack of leather scraps at Hobby Lobby for like $6.
They have the needles and wax threads also.

Jim
 

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Sure you can.

But, ya gotta go to Hobby Lobby,....thats the worst part.

Buy a bag of scrap leather pieces, a needle and wax thread.

6-7 bucks, and go home and practice., its fun.

Go ahead.



Jim
 
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